Great House Types Complete Flexibility.
Whether your next project is to build on greenfield land, old employment land or in a central town or city centre location, we have built homes in each setting. Our Light Gauge Steel system has the flexibility to deliver precision-built beautiful homes for residents. Our modular system can be engineered to replicate the house types in any existing planning permission.
We can also work with appointed Architects to design your next new community. We also have built hundreds of, NHBC approved, tenure blind 2,3 4, and 5-bed homes. Our flexibility to build everything from greenfield sites to complex city centre apartment building is our strength.
Local Authority Housing
Our team has a deep understanding of the political and operational challenges Councils face as we start building again at scale.
We are experienced at working with Housing Association as they increase their housing supply, with proven great home designs for tenants and private buyers alike.
We know our customers. From first timers to self-builders, successfully helping them realise their dreams of a quality new modular home.
Modern Methods Of Construction
We are probably the UK most experienced Modular Housebuilder you have never heard of, with over 1,000 home completed. Light Gauge Steel construction won’t rot, twist or bend and allows for automotive type precision to be introduced into housebuilding. Quality stands the test of time and becomes an asset to homeowners and an asset class for providers. We have the experience, knowledge and capacity to build your new homes – so please contact us.
Our Experienced Directors
Our Directors and their teams are steeped in housebuilding, building communities and deliverying precision built Modular Homes for partners and residents.
“If the Government is to have any chance of meeting its target of 300,000 new homes a year it cannot simply rely on traditional methods of construction. They must make a serious effort to support the use of new and emerging technologies that have the potential to have a transformative impact on the speed, cost and quality of home building. This is not simply about shifting production away from the building site and into factories. It is about seizing opportunities that modern technologies allow, whether it be precision manufacturing, use of new materials or digital working.”